Interior masonry adds an element to your home that can not be matched. Whether a new hearth is built for your fireplace or an existing structure is being revealed and restored, the beauty of masonry always adds value to your indoor space.
Historic homes often need "parging" and plastering. In this application pointing is performed as well. Repointing and plastering of a cellar in Richlandtown, Pa.
The Brick Veneer wall behind the shelving of this Sellersville, Pa shop now has a place to showcase it's product line. This is generally a low invasive installation project.
Believe it or not, this is fake veneer brick..... with a real historic masonry detail.
Wing walls installed to separate portions of your room will define functional spaces.
These Concrete veneer masonry units, often referred to as "thin brick" have been sucessfully detailed to match a dated look offering the entrance of this Quakertown, Pa home some wow factor.
"Raked" stone pointing detail in a historic smokehouse hidden in Buckwampum Mountain, Pa. The plaster was removed and wall cleaned, then repointed.
Adding a red porcelain stove to this hearth in Durham, Pa picked up on it's surroundings.
This living room in Perkasie, Pa is given some character with an exposed dated brick wall.